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Summer 2015 newsletter published

SOF Trustee Don Rubin interviewed Wells and Edmondson in 2014.

Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship Newsletter editor Alex McNeil has released the Summer 2015 edition of the newsletter, now available online — under password — to SOF members. Non-members may gain access to the newsletter by joining the SOF. Sign up to ...

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Regnier, Joyrich and Warren nominated to SOF board; Kositsky retires


Reported by the SOF Nominations Committee chaired by Bonner Miller Cutting and published in Summer 2015 SOF Newsletter edited by Alex McNeil The Nominations Committee of the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship has nominated the following persons for office: • For a ...

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British scholars speak Sept. 23, 2015 in Ashland, OR


Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship conference organizer Earl Showerman, MD, reports that Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) will sponsor a community lecture titled, “British Scholars Address the Shakespeare Authorship Challenge” from 1-3 p.m. September 23, 2015 at the First Presbyterian Church of ...

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Controversy Films launches campaign to fund outreach for the documentary film Nothing is Truer than Truth


By Cheryl Eagan-Donovan As founder of Controversy Films and director of the documentary Nothing is Truer than Truth, I am very pleased to announce a new fundraising campaign to assist with post-production and outreach for the project.  The educational outreach ...

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Brief Chronicles VI available from Create Space

Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship journal Brief Chronicles VI, available in hardcopy from Amazon.

The Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship journal, Brief Chronicles VI, produced by general editor Roger Stritmatter, PhD, and managing editor Michael Delahoyde, PhD, is now available online to SOF members at Brief Chronicles VI under the Publications Tab on the SOF website. This is ...

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Mark Anderson will keynote Ashland conference

Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson, author of Shakespeare By Another Name, a biography of the 17th Earl of Oxford, will be keynote speaker at the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship authorship conference September 24-27, 2015 in Ashland, OR. Ashland authorship conference update reported by Earl Showerman The ...

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Shakespearean Authorship Trust call-for-papers deadline May 22


The Shakespearean Authorship Trust (SAT) has scheduled its 2015 conference for Sunday, November 22 at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London. This year’s title is “Shakespeare’s Histories”. The SAT has issued a call for papers on the topic with a deadline of May ...

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Waugh Presents New Interpretation of Shakespeare Monument at Stratford


Leave it to writer and editor Alexander Waugh to come up with a theory that ties together almost every aspect of the Shakespeare Monument in the Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon. That’s what he has done in his recent article, ...

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Waugaman and Stritmatter confer with Global Hamlet co-founder Nefeli Misuraca in DC

Nefeli Misuraca, PhD co-founder of the Global Hamlet

  Oxfordian researcher Richard Waugaman, MD, and Brief Chronicles general editor Roger Stritmatter, PhD, met recently with The Global Hamlet co-founder Nefeli Misuraca, PhD, at the Cosmos Club in Washington, DC to discuss the first crowd-sourced edition of a Shakespeare play. Lisa McAlister of ...

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